Annick Saralegui

Junior Associate (NYC)

Annick is a sophomore NYU student interested in environmental design for regenerative economies. By integrating design, biology, and sustainable business in pursuit of a zero-waste and restorative ecosystem, Annick sees a future that goes beyond the circular. Utilizing her research in renewable energy systems, phytoremediation, and bioplastics, Annick hopes to foster ecological growth through her own disruptive biomimicry-based innovation. Currently, Annick is the president of the NYU Gallatin Design Club - a think -tank space at NYU for student designers and entrepreneurs of all backgrounds to collaborate, ideate, and innovate.

Annick is a sophomore NYU student interested in environmental design for regenerative economies. By integrating design, biology, and sustainable business in pursuit of a zero-waste and restorative ecosystem, Annick sees a future that goes beyond the circular. Utilizing her research in renewable energy systems, phytoremediation, and bioplastics, Annick hopes to foster ecological growth through her own disruptive biomimicry-based innovation. Currently, Annick is the president of the NYU Gallatin Design Club - a think -tank space at NYU for student designers and entrepreneurs of all backgrounds to collaborate, ideate, and innovate.

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